A View From The Bridge

Theatre Royal Haymarket

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Monday - Saturday 7.30pm, Wednesday & Saturday 2.30pm


two hours and 20 minutes, with one interval




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Theatre Royal Haymarket

18 Suffolk Street
St James
+44 (0)20 7930 8890


After a sell-out run in Bath earlier this year, A View From The Bridge makes its debut at the Theatre Royal Haymarket  for a strictly limited run of 10 weeks in London's West End.

Find a star-studded cast led by Dominic West, most recently seen in Netflix sensation The Crown, and follow the timeless story of repressed passion that blurs the lines between right and wrong in a tight-knit Italian-American New York neighbourhood.

What is the play A View From The Bridge about?

BAFTA Award-winner Dominic West, known for his memorable roles in The Affair, The Wire and The Crown, brings the haunted character of Eddie Carbone to life in Arthur Miller's theatrical masterpiece, the story of an illicit and barely suppressed sexual passion that threatens to destroy the relationships of a close-knit Italian family in pursuit of the American dream in New York.

Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge is an unforgettable work of art that delves deep into the complexities of human nature, the intricacies of family dynamics, and the consequences of moral choices. Set against the backdrop of a Brooklyn waterfront community in the 1950s, the play unfolds with raw intensity, taking you into a world where passion and betrayal ravage a local community, ultimately leading to tragic consequences.

Eddie Carbone, a dock worker living in Brooklyn, has raised his niece as his own daughter in an Italian neighbourhood of New York. Their seemingly normal life is shattered by the arrival of his wife's Sicilian cousins, Marco and Rodolpho. His niece Catherine has fallen for the charms of the charismatic Rodolpho, leading to episodes of extreme jealousy from her uncle. Tensions rise, exposing the underlying jealousy, possessiveness and misplaced affection within the family.

Joining Dominic West on the London stage are Olivier and Tony Award nominee Kate Fleetwood, seen in Vanity Fair, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallow Part 1 and Macbeth, and BAFTA Cymru Award winner Callum Scott Howells, best known for his role in Chanel 4's hit show It's a Sin and most recently as the Emcee in West End sensation Cabaret.

How to book tickets for A View From the Bridge

You can purchase your tickets for the theatre play A View From the Bridge via the booking button on this page. When booking, you can select your preferred seats and view ticket prices for this London exclusive show.

Make sure you get your tickets early, as the production sold  out within an hour of being announced for its four  week run at the Theatre Royal Bath's Ustinov Studio.

The play is currently scheduled to run until 3 August 2024.

How long is the show?

The running time is two hours and 20 minutes long, including one interval.

When are the matinees taking place?

A View from the Bridge matinees take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2.30pm.

When are the evening performances scheduled for?

The evening performances of A View From the Bridge are scheduled to take place Mondays to Saturdays at 7.30pm .

Where is the play showing on the West End?

The play A View From The Bridge is showing  at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, on Charing Cross Road.

How to get there:

  • Tube: Charing Cross and Piccadilly Circus are the closest tube stations, on the Bakerloo, Piccadilly and Northern lines.
  • Bus: A few bus lines (9, 23, 139, N9, N15 and N113) stop by Haymarket, a few minutes‘ walk  away from the theatre.
  • Cycling: Rent a Santander bike and head to Charles II Street on the West End, where you can find Santander bike docks.

Is there an age restriction?

The play is recommended for anyone aged 12 years and older. Please note that the play contains themes of a sexual nature.

What other shows can I watch in London?

See a powerful tale of love from ancient Greek mythology brought to modern times with the musical Hadestown at the Lyric Theatre. Or see The Hills of California and delve into the fate of the Webb sisters at the Harold Pinter Theatre.


Adult Ticket From £27.67 per ticket